Samsung has an ambitious plan to ship over 4 million OLED display panels in 2022, per Sigmaintell report
According to a report by analyst firm Sigmaintell, the OLED laptop market is heating up, with Samsung planning to sell over 4 million display panels to various notebook makers next year. The report also states that OLED notebooks are set to account for approximately 7 percent of all notebook sales by 2023. Much of this growth will likely come about as ASUS, HP, and others roll out a greater variety of OLED notebooks across segments and price points.
Earlier this year, Samsung announced that it had started mass manufacturing 90 Hz OLED panels for 14-in laptops. These will likely go into a slew of new 14-in ASUS and Lenovo notebooks like the Zenbook 14X and IdeaPad Slim 7 Carbon, all of which offer OLED variants.
The greatest impact of Samsung's pivot towards notebook OLED will likely be on the entry and midrange markets. Earlier, OLED panels were limited to premium laptops like the Alienware R13 R3 OLED and the HP Spectre X360. Now, we're seeing OLED panels pop up even in budget SKUs like the US$749 ASUS Vivobook 14.
With a greater push for HDR gaming visuals, the rise of OLED laptops is a potentially a big win for gamers, delivering better image quality to a wider range of laptop segments.
Check out the ASUS Vivobook Pro 15 here on Amazon.